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A circularly orbiting electromagnetic harmonic wave may appear when a 1S electron encounters a decelerating stopping positively charged hole inside a semiconductor. The circularly orbiting electromagnetic harmonic wave can have an interaction with a conducting electron which has a constant time independent drift velocity.

The general theory of relativity has predicted the bending of light [

The Hamiltonian function has started in Classical Mechanics as the sum of the kinetic energy and the potential energy [

The Einstein relativistic energy relation [

In this article the interaction Hamiltonian of an electromagnetic field with an electron is derived by the use of the Lorentz force equation [

The parametric representation of a circle [

The tangential vector K with respect to a circle [

One can check that the inner product of R with K is equal to zero meaning that K is perpendicular to R

A circularly orbiting harmonic wave [

and a magnetic field given by

where the inner product of the wave vector K with the radius vector r is given by

In quantum physics [

where the kinetic part of the Hamiltonian of the interaction of the electron with an electromagnetic field [

To find the field A which satisfies Equation (7) and Equation (5) one may write the following equation [

Then for the k component of the field A one may write

which results in

and for the j component of the field A one may write

which results in

When one starts from the following Lorentz force equation [3,7]

and using the following relativistic momentum relation [

From which one can find the following expression for the velocity in terms of the relativistic momentum

Using Equation (16) in Equation (14) and then dividing by and integrating with respect to time one finds

where the Hamilton equation [3,7]

is used in Equation (17). Assuming that one may integrate firstly with respect to the components of the momentum then one can find the following relativistic expression for the Hamiltonian

The first term of Equation (19) is a dyadic which involves an integration with respect to time of the electric field. And is the Levi-Civita pseudotensor [

and having the following condition

which is equivalent to the following relation for the circularly orbiting electromagnetic wave

Then the electric field can be approximated by the following relation

Taking the relation (6) for in Equation (23) one obtains

Integrating Equation (24) with respect to time one obtains

To simplify the natural logarithmic term in Equation (19) for the Hamiltonian one may assume that

Then one has

Taking the following series expansion for the natural logarithm [

And assuming that

Then Equation (27) can become equivalent to the following equation

For an electron with a constant time independent drift velocity or a constant time independent momentum of the following form

The Equation (19) for the Hamiltonian then becomes

Having the condition (21) the magnetic field (5) can be approximated by [

And the integral of Equation (36) with respect to time becomes

Considering the particle-wave duality of the electron one may write the following wave equation for a wave function Ψ [

Making the replacement , [

Starting from the Lorentz force equation and using the Hamilton’s equation of motion and by using the relativistic expression of the momentum a Hamiltonian is found which may describe the interaction of an electromagnetic field (in general) with an electron having a constant time independent drift velocity. The found Hamiltonian has terms involving the integration with respect to time of the electric and magnetic fields. For a circularly orbiting electromagnetic field the approximate expressions of the integrated electric and magnetic fields with respect to time are found in this article.